I'd be real interested in what you think of the kettle pizza. I've been looking at that for a while now.
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That's GOTTA be a spell check thing!
I can understand why you want to argue this topic. You are quite sure your practice is THE way to make beer. You have likely made thousands of posts on the topic in a similar manner and really hate to admit being wrong in prolific retrospect. Most of the time you give very solid advice based on plenty of brewing experience and a very good understanding of how to brew.
However, this is a time where you are more concerned about protecting your reputation than actually accepting something science has determined which contradicts your personal experience.
Some people take your advice without questioning it. Others do some research and try something contrary to your advice and determine there is more than one way to make a tasty beer.
This is the closest I've seen Denny to being speechless.
It's the only way I can respond to a personal, insulting attack.
I had a great time. It was my first. Enjoyed almost all of it. BNA9 party may have been my favorite part. Did not intend to go but on the spur of the moment decided to go and had an exceptional time. Does anyone know if there is a video of John Palmer's infamous "slide" anywhere on the net?
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Anyone else get a really sore throat after the conference followed by sickness? Seems several people I know did... Someone was the Outbreak monkey this weekend.
I was fine. I did talk to you for several minutes during Club Night. I was more concerned about the crowds at the airport.
Drew spewing mystery liquids all over the audience...
I wish that hadn't been a surprise to me, but it was. Had I thought about it, I would have played with it more!
If only there was video of Drew and me....
It should be noted the BNA9 party was nothing short of amazing this year. So enjoyable I'm still smiling.Really? I was a little bummed about my experience. We left early.
The venue was great and really spread out. Lots of fun activities for sure. I had a VIP ticket and the music was decent up in the VIP area.... and not crazy loud due to the openness of the patio it was on. You had easy access to water, food, etc during the party. This was great.
There were not very many beers to be had and many of them started running out by about 9:30.
There were a few more beers in the VIP area... but it was so far removed from the rest of the event that we were not up there except at the start and at the very end (~10 when we left) when they only had 2 beers left. The beers in the VIP area were not as 'rare' as they have been in the past parties I've gone to. The food in the VIP area seemed to be the same as everyone else could get.. With the exception of a few desert items. For all the extra money I paid for the VIP ticket I was left feeling a bit screwed. Maybe I would have been 'ok' with the regular ticket though...
One other thing that might have made it a bit 'blah' for me was I had had most of the beers that were served there before. Which is likely just due to geographical issues. I guess looking back I have always enjoyed the BNA parties for all the beers that I just have no access to. I had thought of this ahead of time and that is why I got the VIP ticket. I really thought they would have some more beers that were harder to get. Even if they were just some of the many many delicious Michigan beers.
I wonder if the BN was restricted to dealing with distributors for the event, so they couldn't get "special" beers from breweries.